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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:33 PM
    Not sure what you mean. My post refers to the fact that the federal government is a bankrupt corporation and what we're seeing going on right now, with things like a never-happened-before DoD audit, huge revamp of the tax code, etc are the very end stages of the dissolution/discharge of a bankrupt corporation. A bankruptcy that was started in 1930 and has persisted since. If you look back at history with this in mind, it all makes sense. Why the "money" is debt, why every person born was securitized into collateral via the birth registration process, why none cared about deficits or budgets (the "money" had no value in the first place, only the labor and hard assets it extracted had value, hence "income taxes"), etc.
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    Today, 12:08 PM
    Naaa, it has nothing to do with Trump specifically. Dollar's global reserve status is done, so the Fed can't print to infinity any more. Now the numbers actually matter. Auditing and closing out the accounting books is a required step when any corporation is dissolved. eta: tptb want you to think it's cuz Trump. Trump doesn't control anything. He's a PR guy, nothing more.
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    Today, 11:50 AM
    You don't own any stock shares. Neither do I. Or anyone else. You hold equitable use title, not ownership title. The Rothschild central bank owns the title to all stocks through their holding company, Cede & Co. You are allowed to trade their stock back and forth on their exchanges in hopes of winning some of their fake money, with those trades settled by their clearinghouse called the DTCC. The entire "economy" is nothing more than the "Casino Rothschild". You play in their casinos, with their chips, at their games and they take a slice of every transaction and the house always wins. That is also why they hold gold in their banks but discourage your ownership, even fraudulently suppressing price discovery. Physical gold is not expressly part of their casino games and is one of the few ways to store the proceeds of your own labor (your energy stored) outside of their system. ----------------------------- After allegedly being shot at on a baseball field and allegedly attacked by a neighbor, I'm not surprised Rand is voting the way he is now. Either he is being threatened to not step out of line or fictional scenarios are being floated to justify votes for "must pass" establishment-required legislation. His vote in the Senate is make-or-break for a lot of legislation that is vital to the statutory changes required as part of the loss of the dollar's global reserve status. I don't expect Rand to martyr himself...
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    Yesterday, 05:15 PM
    It appears that COMEX is finally bust and out of deliverable gold, according to PM guru Harvey Organ. Makes sense considering the short monkey-hammering of metals lately. Silver probably not far behind. https://harveyorganblog.com/2017/12/08/dec-8-gold-down-4-75-but-silver-holds-as-it-rises-by-3-cents-huge-18800-gold-efps-issued-to-longs-as-they-transfer-their-long-positions-over-for-a-london-forward-almost-3000-comex-long-silver-con/
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    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    That is assuming bitpay is able to promptly perform the conversion to dollars and remittance to the dealer's bank account with any more success than the retail exchanges are converting and remitting into personal bank accounts. APMEX is offering bitcoin sales now through bitpay. I'd go there for bitcoin metals buys. They're a bit more expensive but very reliable and they don't sell fakes. Conversion into physical metals is by far the better choice at this point though! COMEX is bust and the shtf before the end of Dec.
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    Yesterday, 02:41 PM
    The point is that there ain't nothin' new under the sun. They're all ponzi schemes to fleece the muppets of the fruits of their labor.
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    Yesterday, 02:30 PM
    Don't feel bad. I still have yet to hear of anyone that has successfully cashed back out during the mania. Except the exchange owners and insiders, of course.
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    Yesterday, 02:06 PM
    Good point about rates. In my mid-size Agenda 21 city, a lot of the retail space that was once strip malls and stand-alone units has been demolished and replaced with mixed use Agenda 21 condo developments. More is demolished daily. The total square footage of retail space has definitely been reduced. Then there's the low-profile gray-area-of-legality gambling parlors taking over from spaces previously occupied by retailers like carpet sales and other services no longer needed because of the condo developments. This is also why delivery services are being pushed onto everyone. It's a combination of less money to spend and less options to spend at, not some giant demand for online commerce. All very intentional, of course, as part of Agenda 21 and the loss of dollar global reserve status.
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    12-08-2017, 03:00 PM
    I'm sure you know that many forums, especially the ones with the "smart people", are closely monitored and all of the important ones are owned by tptb now. Why the DTC and subsidiary Cede & Co is important is because 1)they are the legal owner of all of the stocks you referenced (investors only have a 'use title', not legal ownership title) 2)the basis of all value in stocks and all financial instruments are under custodial control of the DTC ("The Tower Of Power"). That basis? The birth registration documents of nearly every man, woman and child on the American land mass. The registrations turn people into legal slaves, hence why Fidelity's logo was the pyramid and capstone. Ancient bondage. Good luck with your research and do keep posting. The rabbit hole is deeeeeep.
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    12-08-2017, 02:30 AM
    That's the business model.
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    12-07-2017, 06:06 PM
    According to CNBC and others, the actual buyer is bin Salman himself with that guy being the proxy. Interesting that a "muslim" would buy a hugely expensive painting of Jesus, no? All is not what it seems.
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    12-07-2017, 02:03 PM
    ^^^^^ 6 or a half dozen. You spun the same thing I said in a slightly different way. Too many dollars outstanding that were being redeemed for gold because the dollars weren't trusted and holders would rather have the gold. In 1971.
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    12-07-2017, 07:39 AM
    For any real RPF members putting money into this thing, ^^^^this is who you're taking advice from. When they blame "hackers" for stealing the coins/money, they're telling the truth. What they're not saying is that they are the hackers. Turn your investment into metals asap while you still can.
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    12-07-2017, 06:48 AM
    Spoiler alert: https://bible.org/illustration/events-tribulation-period
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    12-07-2017, 06:11 AM
    Makes sense since third world thieves rarely work for other people. 1% of a $50k American salary sure does buy a lot in Croatia and other crappy Balkan countries, doesn't it? A quick review shows that rents in Croatia vary from (exchange rate) $200USD to $400USD per month. Getting one dumb American to put $5000 into bitcoin can pay your rent for a year.
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    12-07-2017, 05:34 AM
    Where are you from Mordan? I have confirmed you are not American. Where in Europe are you? I'm betting Balkans. Slovenia? Croatia? Confirms that foreigners are posting on American forums trying to entice Americans to dump their dollars into worthless bitcoin exchanges so third world foreigners in shit hole countries can steal them then blame "hackers".
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    12-07-2017, 04:51 AM
    I don't give money to Korean thieves. Still avoiding my question? No biggie only $60 million stolen this time. Or Slovenian thieves... http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/bitcoin-miner-nicehash-reports-hack-theft-wallet-51636976
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    12-07-2017, 04:48 AM
    Of course it doesn't, because you should have bolded the "suppressed/fraudulent paper gold price" part instead. Once the amount of printed money got so large that foreigners started redeeming it for more physical gold than the Treasury could supply, the gold link was cut in 1971. The FRN situation got too out-of-hand in 1971 for gold. What does that say about the state of the FRN:gold relationship today, with a national debt of 21 TRILLION??
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    12-06-2017, 02:26 PM
    Up $450 in about 30 minutes? Sounds legit.
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    12-06-2017, 02:25 PM
    My bet: Dec 22 shutdown, Dec 24 midnight tax bill votes, all kinds of changes to everything slipped in that weren't in either chamber's bill. Probably some big distraction at the same time so that eyes are not on Congress.
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    12-06-2017, 02:17 PM
    +rep Firestarter, if for no other reason than researching on your own. You can go deeper down the rabbit hole by looking into how those major funds relate to the true legal owner of practically all stocks, bonds, etc. Look into the DTC and Cede & Co.
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    12-06-2017, 02:03 PM
    That's all great except the part where bitcoin will be the Myspace of blockchain and no one will care what the value is because it will be regulated into the ground and won't be used.
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    12-06-2017, 01:45 PM
    Slaves gonna be slaves, trading their labor for absolutely nothing. People are literally sending their dollars to buy fucking "cryptokitties". It's like a pet rock but there's no rock. Zombies abound. Analytically: $10k buys 7+ ozs of physical gold at the suppressed/fraudulent paper gold price. Indexed to the national debt, that 7ozs is already valued at $42k. Sounds like gold is a no-brainer. Silver even better since the same indexed value means $10k of silver is already valued at $364k. Or you could buy some electrons instead.
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    12-06-2017, 01:11 PM
    Actually, it is you guys that fall to see the bigger picture of how blockchain based systems are already set to operate. Y'all spend so much time thinking about how "rich" you'll be (which is a joke since $100k bitcoin means bread is $20 a loaf...purchasing power is maintained but you'll be "rich" like Zimbabweans were "rich"...no diff than metal holders when price discovery stops being suppressed) that you don't bother to research WHAT IS ALREADY DECIDED BY THE GLOBALISTS as to how the global blockchain system will operate. I'll give you a clue because I'm a nice guy. It will be concentric circles of blockchain currencies, similar to token ring network operation. US will have a local blockchain based currency. China will have theirs. And many other countries will have theirs, all denominated in the standard local currency unit. Those local blockchain currencies (e-dollar, e-yuan, etc) will interact with the global blockchain SDR (see 1988 Economist cover). The local ones declared gold-backed to lend credibility and the SDR including gold into the basket to maintain the gold link. So, are you claiming that bitcoin will be the global SDR blockchain? If not, then bitcoin will have no place in their infrastructure, though you and others will be thanked for your help publicizing their new system for them so they didn't have to do it. You'll show those money-changers who's boss! It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see what's really going on here.
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    12-06-2017, 12:32 PM
    Still avoiding the original question though. Interesting. LOL. Sure, I'll jump on the bandwagon, liquidate real assets and give the proceeds to some foreigner instead in exchange for claims to some electrons in computers distributed all over the world. And I'll do it during the largest geopolitical and economic changes in history. Sounds like a great financial plan...
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    12-06-2017, 12:16 PM
    If that is the case, by then expect bitcoin to have been completely nationalized as an e-dollar, regulated and declared gold-backed. Then, gold holders could trade in their gold ozs at a 1oz=1btc rate. I suspect at that point many physical gold holders would be way ahead of recent bitcoin buyers ;) It's much more likely that bitcoin will be banned and a national gold-backed cryptocurrency declared legal tender instead. Why would anyone give a shit about bitcoin at that point? It would be an old, slow, outdated dinosaur compared to the banker's approved crypto.
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